Belmonte Mezzagno

Province of Palermo

Belmonte Mezzagno is a medieval village located in the province of Palermo which is famous for its festival.

Belmonte Mezzagno was founded in 1400 by the noble family of Afflitti. This tiny village prospered in 1600 under the Ventimiglia Family government who created the most important buildings of the village, and improved its economy.

The most important monuments of the village are:
The Mother Church of Madre del SS. Crocifisso; the Church of Santa Rosalia; the Stagnone, dedicated to Paolo Borsellino, is a water tank created to overcome the water shortage of the village.
Close to Belmonte Mezzagno it is possible to visit impressive Karst caves such as the Antro scala dei Muli, Grotta dei Laghetti, Pozzo Landro, Sette Camere, Zubbietto Pizzo Neviera, Zubbio.

People live here:

11.294

Attractions:

Sagra della salsiccia, food festival

Festa Santissimo Crocifisso, it is the celebration of the Patron Saint of Belmonte Mezzagno. (14/09)

How to get there:

By Car

From Palermo

Take SP37 to Corso Martiri di Via Fani and then continue on SP38 in Belmonte Mezzagno.

Accommodations:

Hotel La Martinica

http://www.lamartinica.it/

Hotel Miravalle

http://www.miravallehotel.it/

Restaurants:

Ristorante italiano Cibus  

http://www.italianocibus.it/

Beaches: 

Capo zafferano

Palermo coast line

Mondello

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